Commissioned to Serve His Lord and His Country

Commissioned to Serve His Lord and His Country

Maranatha Baptist Seminary student, Christopher Koehn, was commissioned into the Army National Guard Chaplaincy in Alumni Hall at 3:30 p.m. on Wednesday, October 8. An estimated 70 guests were in attendance, including Maranatha ROTC students, faculty and staff, and members of the Wisconsin Army National Guard. Maranatha’s Army ROTC Major Derrek Schultheiss opened and conducted [Continue Reading…]

Students Help Storm-Ravaged New York City Church

Students Help Storm-Ravaged New York City Church

Click here to download photos from the New York City relief trip Hurricane Sandy—nicknamed “The Perfect Storm” by some news agencies—provided eight Maranatha students a perfect opportunity for ministry. The missions team, assembled in an eight-hour span during the evening of Nov. 1 and morning of Nov. 2, spent two days helping Bethel Baptist Fellowship [Continue Reading…]

Lead More Skillfully: MA in Church Music

Lead More Skillfully: MA in Church Music

Carl Conrad wanted to learn more about the Lord as well as music. “I needed more theology to prepare me for future ministry,” said Conrad, a 2011 Maranatha graduate who will enroll this fall in Maranatha Baptist Seminary’s new Master of Arts in Church Music degree program. “I am thankful that the Lord led me [Continue Reading…]

Music and Seminary: A Very Compatible Duo

2010 Graduate Andrew Mosier recently answered some questions regarding his current seminary training in Pennsylvania. What have you been doing since your graduation?  Since graduation I have gotten married, moved to Pennsylvania, started working at Chick-fil-A, started working on my M.Div. at Calvary Baptist Theological Seminary, begun work towards my counseling certification with CCEF (Christian [Continue Reading…]

Biblical Languages Major Added

Biblical Languages Major Added

Bible Department Chair Brian Trainer has a particular type of student in mind for the department’s new major. “A really, really smart one,” Trainer said. Really, really smart students will be able to major in Biblical Languages beginning in the fall of 2012. The program combines 31 hours of language classes—Greek and Hebrew grammar, linguistics, [Continue Reading…]

Maranatha Adds Master’s in Church Music Program

Maranatha Adds Master’s in Church Music Program

Carl Conrad wanted to learn more about the Lord as well as music. “I needed more theology to prepare me for future ministry,” said Conrad, a 2011 Maranatha graduate who will enroll this fall in Maranatha Baptist Seminary’s new Master of Arts in Church Music degree program. “I am thankful that the Lord led me [Continue Reading…]

Maranatha Baptist Seminary: Opportunities for You

Maranatha Baptist Seminary: Opportunities for You

When Maranatha Baptist Seminary opened in the fall of 2009, even its most optimistic supporter could not have envisioned what was to come. Initial enrollment exceeded projections by more than 40 percent. One factor that helped fuel that enthusiasm was the ability for students to participate in classes through a wide variety of educational options—online [Continue Reading…]

Meet the Seminary Faculty

Meet the Seminary Faculty

Dr. Andrew Hudson Dr. Andrew Hudson completed his undergraduate work at Pillsbury Baptist Bible College before going on to earn three graduate degrees from Central Baptist Theological Seminary (Minn.). He was the chair of Pillsbury’s Biblical Studies Division from 1996-2008 before coming to Maranatha in the fall of 2009. His primary teaching fields are Greek [Continue Reading…]